The Rematch!... Deontay Wilder Set To Face Tyson Fury.

The undefeated and reigning WBC World Champion Deontay Wilder (The Bronze bomber) and undefeated former World Champion Tyson Fury (Gypsy King) are set to clash again tonight for a rematch, publicized as the "Unfinished Business"...

The American boxer Deotany Wilder has never lost a professional fight in his boxing career, most times it doesn’t usually end well for the other guys, He has fought 43 times, with 41 knockouts from 42 wins and just one draw. His right hand is the most powerful in the business.

Wider going into the buot today, would be hoping to break Muhammed Ali’s record of 10 straight title defense, he equalled Ali’s record against Luiz Ortiz in November 2019.

Meanwhile, Wilder's opponent Tyson Fury has also not lost a professional fight in his career, winning 29 out of his 30 fights, 20 by knock out and one draw.

The British Fury has won the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles by defeating long-reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany, that the victory earned him Fighter of the Year and Upset of the Year awards by The Ring.

Both fighters have talked tough ahead of the bout at the media conference on Wednesday, There was a bit of pushing between the two heavyweights, with security needed to separate them.

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31-year-old fury going into the bout has said;
“The thought of loosing to an opponent has never crossed my mind and will never.
"I am feeling like a hungry lion who needs some prey to feed on,”

“I’ve been in Las Vegas for 10 weeks, training like a Trojan. I’ve cut no corners".

Wilder at the press conference last Wednesday says to Fury;
“When I knock you out, go do stand-up comedy. You’ve got a career there,” You ‘ve got pillows for fists and that’s why I kept running through you.”

The 34-year-old went further to say via his social media handle;
"Ima bout to lay the smack down on your candy come Saturday night, and this I promise."

Their first bout which went down 1st December 2018 at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles,  ended in a controversial draw.

WBC title holder, Deotany Wilder will put his belt in line again to face Tyson Fury in a rematch on Saturday the 22nd February, 2020 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada in U.S, Time: 5:00am (West African Time).

CloudNine Sports understands that, Both boxers weighed more than they did in their first fight. Under Wilder, the scales showed 231 lbs, 18.5 lbs heavier than their 2018 first game. The Bronze Bomber is more muscular than last time. While Fury weighed in at 273 lbs, 16.5 lbs more.

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